The Tulane Hullabaloo

I don’t attend protests but I can still fight for justice

student protests against TUPD
November 11, 2020

Following the tragic murder of George Floyd over the summer, the country saw massive peaceful protests held in several major cities. Living in Houston, Texas, I saw firsthand how powerful these demonstrations...

July 13 News Update

One of Tulane's temporary classrooms under construction near Monroe Hall.
July 13, 2020

Due to the frequency of updates related to the COVID-19 pandemic and Tulane's reopening plans, The Hullabaloo is creating a separate page on our website for these updates. Tulane files amicus brief...

FTB: If Tulane were a winter wonderland

winter
December 5, 2019

As the days shorten and Tulane students begin the final push in their academic schedules, all eyes are on winter break and the joyous world of cold weather sports that seem almost foreign in our balmy...

Among the Hard Rock accident’s worst victims? An immigrant who helped build the hotel.

hard rock hotel
October 30, 2019

When Delmer Joel Ramirez Palma showed up to work his construction job at the Hard Rock Hotel on Oct. 12, he hardly could have imagined what the next few days would have in store for him. Ramirez Palma...

#FreeYoel: Organizers in New Orleans challenge ICE inhumanity

ICE
September 12, 2019

Cliff Soloway and Lauren Allen were among those arrested on Sept. 8. Yoel Alonso Leal is a Cuban political dissident, husband and father. Since November of last year, when United States Immigration...

Tulane students arrested while protesting ICE deportations

Tulane football player dismissed following battery charges
September 9, 2019

At least two Tulane students were among 10 demonstrators arrested Monday afternoon while protesting the pending deportation of Yoel Alonso Leal by Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The Tulane students...

The Elephant: New Orleans must stand up for Cuban population

Ashley Chen | Views Layout Editor
April 25, 2019

Few can debate the legitimacy of New Orleans’ moniker as the northernmost point of the Caribbean. Between its geographic standing, an unorthodox blend of cultures and history as a major port marketplace,...

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